We have ours… do you have yours? Island Inn Monhegan…

ArtFoodHome.com | barbara stroudI love January! It’s when the letters confirming your reservation at the Island Inn are received. Yay! It gives you something to look forward to for the upcoming months. What could possibly be better than that? If you haven’t made your reservations yet, I would give them a call tout de suite (immediately)! The inn fills up quickly, so be sure to have your room reserved!

The Island Inn located on Monhegan Island, Maine is such an amazing place to stay. It’s been around since 1907 and has withstood the test of time. (Part of the inn has been around since 1816 when it was known as the Pink House, then it was added on to – currently there are 32 guest rooms). The rooms are wonderful (and very clean!), whether you have a meadow view or ocean view, they’re both amazing! The meadow view room sees a sunrise, and the ocean view, well, you can guess what they see!

Check out their website – so much great info and beautiful photos!

Catch you back here tomorrow!


9 thoughts on “We have ours… do you have yours? Island Inn Monhegan…

  1. Mary Erickson


    I agree! Just finished making reservations for Nanatuck, in Port Clyde, for July and August. Please visit while your in town this summer. We have open house every Friday.



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  2. We are always excited to see you and our other “regulars” in September! You and Fred are the reason we love working at The Island Inn. Our guests are the best!
    -Melissa & Radek


  3. msprluke.luke3@gmail.com

    I love your eye for great art and beautiful photos. I grew up in Maine and my first summer job at 15 was at the Trailing Yew on Monhegan Island!! I went back in 2010 to be a guest there and spent a glorious week hiking my old island haunts with my camera! I literally took hundreds of photos in hopes of doing some more art of my own now that I am retired. That same. Year two girlfriends from our husband’s Military days returned to Charleston, to play tourist!! Although some had been stationed there and all had visited …. Taking the tours around the city, seafood restaurants and plantation sites gave us all great foder for new memories!! Of course, I took any more photos that documented our travels in scrapbooks I sent them as keepsakes!! Imagine my excitement to find a connection to your blog while searching Pintrest for my latest inspiration !!! Pat Luke, now retired and living in ‘artsy’ Door County, Wisconsin!!!! You new to check out this jewel of the Midwest as well!!!!

    Sent from my iPhone



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